Drone footage shows Southsea off under spring sunshine - and shows the contrast to last Easter
These pictures and video show Southsea bathed in spring sunshine.
Operators from Portsmouth-based Solent Sky Services flew their drone over the city this weekend, capturing it in its bright springtime glory.
And, as detailed on their blog, it revealed a marked contrast to last Easter when the seafront was deserted, a fortnight after the first lockdown was imposed.
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Solent Sky Services boss Michael Woods wrote: ‘The aerial photos we’ve taken this Easter weekend are a huge contrast compared to the eerily empty aerial photos we took this time last year. It’s nice to see people out and about safely enjoying the outdoor spaces around Portsmouth once again.’
For more see the Solent Sky Services website.